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Dennis Rodman Signed Chicago Bulls Jersey Inscribed Last Dance 98 RARE Beckett COA

Dennis Rodman Signed Chicago Bulls Jersey Inscribed Last Dance 98 RARE Beckett COA

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Dennis Rodman Signed Chicago Bulls Jersey Inscribed "Last Dance 98" RARE Custom Framed Display (Beckett COA)

Price: $2495

Category: Memorabilia

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Celebrate the legendary Dennis Rodman and the iconic "Last Dance" season with this exclusive, hand-signed Chicago Bulls jersey, inscribed "Last Dance 98." This rare piece of memorabilia captures the spirit of Rodman's final championship with the Bulls and features a custom frame designed to showcase his unforgettable career moments.


  • On-court custom style Chicago Bulls jersey, size XL, with everything hand-sewn on.
  • Personally hand-signed by Dennis Rodman, with the rare "Last Dance 98" inscription.
  • Custom frame measuring 1040mm in height and 840mm in width.
  • Three hand-selected iconic photos of Rodman, including one with Scottie Pippen in the background.
  • Official Beckett Authentication Services serially-numbered hologram and matching COA for authenticity purposes, along with MJB Authentication.
  • Beautiful silver plaque with all of Dennis Rodman's career achievements engraved.
  • The frame in the pictures is the actual display for sale and not a concept.
  • MJB Memorabilia ships WORLDWIDE.
  • Database Hologram Verification Number 100029.
  • If you would like to see the memorabilia before you buy, you can view it via Zoom, Facetime, or Skype Live by calling 0477555557.

This rare Dennis Rodman signed Chicago Bulls jersey is the perfect addition to any sports memorabilia collection. With its unique "Last Dance 98" inscription and custom framing, you'll have a piece of history that captures the essence of Rodman's time with the Chicago Bulls. Don't miss the chance to own this exceptional piece, and proudly display it in your home or office as a tribute to one of basketball's most colourful and tenacious players

 Dennis Rodman and "The Last Dance"

"The Last Dance" is a 10-part documentary series that premiered on ESPN in 2020. It chronicles the journey of the Chicago Bulls during their 1997-1998 NBA season, which culminated in their sixth and final championship of the Michael Jordan era. The series provides an in-depth look at the Bulls' remarkable dynasty, as well as the personalities and relationships that defined the team. One of the key figures highlighted in the series is Dennis Rodman, the enigmatic and controversial power forward known for his exceptional rebounding and defensive abilities.

Rodman's Role on the Bulls

In 1995, Dennis Rodman joined the Chicago Bulls after stints with the Detroit Pistons and San Antonio Spurs. Teaming up with Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, he played a pivotal role in the Bulls' second three-peat from 1996 to 1998. Rodman's unrelenting energy and hustle on the court complemented Jordan's scoring prowess and Pippen's all-around skills, making the Bulls a nearly unstoppable force.

"The Last Dance" showcases Rodman's incredible impact on the team, with his relentless pursuit of rebounds and his ability to shut down opposing players. His unique playing style and unmatched tenacity were crucial to the Bulls' success during their final championship run.

Off-Court Controversies and Eccentricities

"The Last Dance" also delves into Rodman's off-court antics and his larger-than-life personality. Rodman was known for his flamboyant appearance, including brightly coloured hair, tattoos, and piercings. The series reveals how Rodman's eccentric behaviour often made him a media sensation, but also created tensions within the team.

One of the most notable episodes in the series focuses on Rodman's infamous mid-season trip to Las Vegas during the 1997-1998 season. With Scottie Pippen out due to injury, Rodman requested a "vacation" from head coach Phil Jackson to clear his mind. The trip, which was initially planned to last only 48 hours, turned into a multi-day partying spree, with Jordan eventually having to personally retrieve Rodman to bring him back to the team.

Legacy and Impact

Through its examination of Dennis Rodman's time with the Chicago Bulls, "The Last Dance" highlights the crucial role he played in the team's success during the 1990s. Despite his off-court controversies and unconventional personality, Rodman's contributions to the Bulls' dynasty cannot be overstated.

The documentary shows how Rodman was able to balance his eccentricities with his dedication to the game, ultimately becoming one of the most dominant and unique players in NBA history. His story, as told in "The Last Dance," serves as a reminder that unconventional paths can still lead to greatness and that there is more to a player than what meets the eye.

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